10 font ideas for website designing

10 font ideas for website designing

Fonts are essence of website designing, these are the basic font ideas you should discuss with your website designer. 10 font ideas for a better website.

Fonts are essence of website designing, these are the basic font ideas you should discuss with your website designer. Generally, in small businesses attention on fonts is missing. Neither client not website designer is much interested to think about it. Practically this is the most avoiding part at website designing but what make it so special, further we are discussing top font ideas for web designing. You should not miss it.

Top font ideas for website designing & logo designing

Font gives first impression to your reader, this is a fact you can convert a website visitor better than a visitor who doesn’t read your website. Actually, people who read your website are very serious visitors. They read things carefully because they want to give enquirers to right business owner. Font plays an important role here, grammar is another point, first point is Font.

How your website designing company can select right font for you?

It’s simple. There are fonts which come with their own specialties. Few are very fancy and seems very attractive. We are telling here the whole essence.

  1. Embedded OpenType (EOT): EOT is a legacy format developed by Microsoft. Older Internet Explorer versions require EOT to render your web fonts. EOT is often served uncompressed so, if you don’t require browser support of the likes of IE8 or below, then you’re better off leaving it out.
  2. TrueType (TTF): TTF is a font format developed by Microsoft and Apple in the 1980s. Modern TTF files are also called TrueType OpenType fonts. TTF can be useful for extending support to some older browsers, especially on mobile, if you need it.
  3. Web Open Font Format (WOFF): WOFF was developed in 2009 as a wrapper format for TrueType and OpenType fonts. It compresses the files and is supported by all modern browsers.
  4. Web Open Font Format 2 (WOFF2): WOFF2 is an update to the original WOFF format. Developed by Google, this is considered the best format of the bunch because it offers smaller file sizes and better performance for modern browsers that support it.

@credit: https://css-tricks.com/understanding-web-fonts-getting/

When you are using fonts on web, think twice because every for doesn’t perform good on web. Technology has changed, so time to time updates in fonts leads website designing different.

Generally, we get clients asking fonts based of no such information, we try to communicate but being fancy lover in case of your website font may be something that can’t work for you on web. This is a matter of third party compatibility, there is rendering, file-size and many other related factors which make one font better & another worst.

What is font rendering in a website?

Font Rendering

Using type on screens brings up important questions about how they are rendered. Fonts are usually designed on about a 1000 units tall grid—or even larger—but then are displayed at something like a 16px font size. In an interplay between device, screen, and software, this reduction in resolution and fidelity requires some smarts to make small type legible and good-looking. Again, be observant, test in many browsers, and use your best judgment to put the best methods to use to increase legibility.

Font Loading Tactics

Loading web fonts can be as easy as simply using @font-face but that doesn’t necessarily offer the best possible performance. For example, it opens up the possibility of a Flash Of Unstyled Text (FOUT) which might be considered poor UX in some cases. Zach Leatherman’s “A Comprehensive Guide to Font Loading Strategies” covers that and methods to improve the loading experience that will make you and your users very happy.

Above examples are just a little demonstration about technicality behind fonts, you know who they are made, how they are rendered so being selective with fonts is being over demanded with you.

How letter spacing makes difference in a website? why website designers prefer letter spacing under limit?

There are many reasons to consider letter spacing, a website designer knows when & why a simple font effects better if letter spacing in increased.

We know fonts come with their own dimensions and visibility, adding letter spacing can give 2 effects to your website, First is special attention of visitor & more readability. As a website consultant we consult people to use such technique on words they want to emphasis, readability of website is not compromised too.

There are fonts which are properly visible from good distance.

Actually, you should select fonts which are visible from some good space, the visibility of such fonts is very good.

Does font matter in logo?

Visibility is everything in case of logo. Unlike a website logo is printed everywhere. It’s on your documents & visiting cards. Keep the font which you can see from a god distance. Unlike website fonts there are many classic fonts i love to use is logo like Times New Roman & Arial. Yes they are classic & i believe anyone can see whats written in logo if your card is on table.

Conclusion : 

Which font is better?

For website designing, we love to use google fonts. They are fancy & visible from distance. So next time once you meet your website designer, ask him right font for your website. Always remember if a good font is there on website, it will give you more chances to win.

Also,

After understanding fonts, there is content you need to built, if you haven’t read our previous article then read it-

 

 

2020-03-02T23:55:10+00:00

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